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   Data TitleIssue Date 
 DEALERS 12/22/97
 HYUNDAI, IN RED AGAIN, LAYS OFF 7% OF HQ STAFF 12/22/97
 BIG CHEVY ON THE WAY 12/22/97
 DELAWARE DEALER TAPS NEW NICHE FOR FORD IN UKRAINE 12/22/97
 SUZUKI OFFERING REBATES ON SPORT-UTES AND CARS 12/22/97
 OBITUARY 12/22/97
 TRUCKS ARE TARGETS IN AIR WAR: UTES, PICKUPS DEFY GLOBAL WARMING 12/22/97
 NEW LEXUS 4X4 12/22/97
 '98 LOS ANGELES AUTO SHOW 12/22/97
 SALES OF COMMERCIAL TRUCKS INCREASE 22% IN NOVEMBER 12/22/97
 BRIEFLY 12/22/97
 3RD QUARTER BRINGS LOSS FOR CARMAX 12/22/97
 DAIMLER TAKES FORD AS FUEL-CELL PARTNER 12/22/97
 PERSONNEL 12/22/97
 POWER PERFORMERS 12/22/97
 HIGHER TAX OR CAFE NEEDED TO MEET TREATY 12/22/97
 DEFENSE FUND ESTABLISHED 12/22/97
 WILL RENAULT MAKE A PLAY FOR CASTAING? 12/22/97
 NEW TEAM AT NAVISTAR STRESSES PRODUCT, CUSTOMER SATISFACTION 12/22/97
 NEW MOOSE MESS DELAYS DAIMLER'S SMALL SMART CAR 12/22/97
 TOP 10, SALESPERSON SATISFACTION 12/22/97
 RECALLS 12/22/97
 MAKERS WILL BOOST OUTPUT 4.8% IN FIRST QUARTER 12/22/97
 '98 OUTLOOK: LOWER SALES, INCENTIVES TO PINCH PROFITS 12/22/97
 PAROLEE LOSES LICENSE 12/22/97
 BUYING SALES 12/22/97
 PRO-FORD AIRBAG VERDICT WON'T STOP OTHER LAWSUITS 12/22/97
 MERITOR PICKS GROUP PRESIDENT 12/22/97
 NISSAN SHUFFLES AMERICAN EXECUTIVES 12/22/97
 ACURA UPGRADES WEB SITE 12/22/97
 RX FOR AN EV 12/22/97
 DIGEST 12/22/97
 FORD, PARTNERS LAUNCH FUEL-CELL RESEARCH PROGRAM 12/22/97
 FORD BACKS OFF AGGRESSIVE LEASING STRATEGY 12/22/97
 PASSAT ADS DON'T LIVE UP TO VW STANDARD 12/22/97
 WHAT MAKES THEM HAPPY 12/22/97
 GIOVANNI AGNELLI, HEIR TO FIAT'S CHAIRMANSHIP, DIES AT 33 12/22/97
 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 12/15/97
 MICHIGAN COURT RULES AGAINST REINSTATING CHILD SEAT LAWSUIT 12/15/97
 INTREPID ADS TOUT HIGH-TECH HERITAGE 12/15/97
 AUCTIONS 12/15/97
 GOING GREEN SOMETIMES BOLSTERS THE BOTTOM LINE 12/15/97
 74 DEALERS IN RACE FOR TIME AWARDS 12/15/97
 FORD NAMED NASCAR'S OFFICIAL TRUCK 12/15/97
 SHAKEOUT CONTINUES IN KOREA: DAEWOO BUYS SSANGYONG; HYUNDAI EYES PARTS GIANT 12/15/97
 SITTING TALL 12/15/97
 NISSAN STEPS CLOSER TO N. AMERICAN PROCESS 12/15/97
 NADA SURVEY: NEW VEHICLES ARE MORE AFFORDABLE IN '97 12/15/97
 MOVING MOUNTAINS AT MITSUBISHI: GAGNON LISTS 3-PART PLAN TO SPIFF UP U.S. OPERATION 12/15/97
 MITSUBISHI DELAYS PLAN FOR CANADA 12/15/97
 CENTRAL TIME 12/15/97
 GILLMAN, MYERS JOIN DEALER CONSOLIDATION PANEL 12/15/97
 SUPPLY LINE 12/15/97
 ACCORD CLOSES IN ON CAMRY FOR SALES CROWN 12/15/97
 GM PLANS 5 DEALER-OWNED REPAIR SHOPS 12/15/97
 PERSONNEL 12/15/97
 CALENDAR 12/15/97
 CALIF. WANTS SMOG LIMITS ON TRUCKS TO MATCH CARS 12/15/97
 NEW WINDSTAR ON TAP 12/15/97
 THE DEAL 12/15/97
 CRAIN TO ENTER ADVERTISING HALL OF FAME 12/15/97
 BERTRAND FAURE, ECIA PLAN MERGER 12/15/97
 BRIEFLY 12/15/97
 TEXAS DEALER OFFERS WEB AUCTION PLAN 12/15/97
 GM GOAL: MAKE MONEY ON SMALL CARS: HOGAN VOWS TO DO WHATEVER IT TAKES 12/15/97
 KEY INGREDIENTS IN THE MANHEIM STEW 12/15/97
 EUROPEAN UNION OKS PACT TO HARMONIZE AUTO STANDARDS 12/15/97
 DIGEST 12/15/97
 DIGEST 12/15/97
 GASOLINE AND GASES 12/15/97
 MANHEIM FINDS RECIPE FOR AUTO AUCTION SUCCESS 12/15/97
 DIGEST 12/15/97
 FORD WINS MOST CATEGORIES IN POLK LOYALTY STUDY 12/15/97
 AUDI SEEKS GROWTH WITH 2 NEW MODELS 12/15/97
 BIG 3 ALREADY WORKING ON MORE FUEL-EFFICIENT CARS 12/15/97
 TOYOTA WILL SELL PRIUS HYBRID HERE BY 2000 12/15/97
 FLEETWOOD RV INTRODUCES 23-FOOT 4X4 12/15/97
 STALLKAMP PROMOTION ALTERS LINEUP FOR CONGRESS PANEL ON GLOBAL PURCHASING 12/15/97
 FORD LAUNCHES MINIBUS PRODUCTION IN CHINA 12/15/97
 WHAT THEY'RE SAYING 12/15/97
 DAYS' SUPPLY UP AGAIN ON DEC. 1 12/15/97
 CLOSING IN 12/15/97
 DEALERS 12/15/97
 NEW MERCEDES RAGTOP 12/15/97
 GM SMALL CAR GROUP PLANTS AND VEHICLES 12/15/97
 RE-ENGINEERED A CLASS PASSES MOOSE TEST 12/15/97
 JAPAN'S TOP 10 IN NOVEMBER 12/15/97
 BUNDY AUTOMOTIVE PROMOTES 6 EXECS 12/15/97
 FORD, L-M LURE 3,000 WITH NET PROMOTION 12/15/97
 WHAT KYOTO MEANS 12/15/97
 LIFE BEYOND STALLKAMP: SUPPLIERS REFLECT ON THEIR RELATION SHIPS WITH THE OUTGOING CHRYSLER PURCHASING CHIEF -- AND WHAT THEY EXPECT IN THE FUTURE 12/15/97
 GM SENDING COWGER FROM MEXICO TO EUROPE 12/15/97
 MAYHEW, DESIGNER OF F-150, TO RETIRE 12/15/97
 G. MICHAEL MCDONALD 12/15/97
 LATE NEWS 12/15/97
 TRUCK BUILD SOARS 12/15/97
 POLK AUTOMOTIVE HOUSEHOLD LOYALTY AWARD WINNERS 12/15/97
 KYOTO PUTS HEAT ON MAKERS: PACT TO FORCE BIG FUEL-ECONOMY GAIN 12/15/97
 $20,000 WEB PRIZE OFFER COLLECTS KEY BUYER DATA: MARKETING FIRM TARGETS READY-TO-BUY SHOPPERS 12/15/97
 PIERRE GAGNON 12/15/97
 DAEWOO MAY SKIP L.A. SHOW, SCHEDULE SEPARATE LAUNCH 12/15/97
 NOV. SALES UP 15.1% IN CANADA 12/15/97
 SMART, QUICK MOVES SPARK BMW GROWTH 12/15/97
 SURVEY SAYS MANY EVADE FTC RULES 12/15/97
 EUROPE SALES UP 10.4%; ITALY, U.K. HAVE BIG GAINS 12/15/97
 THE CHALLENGE TO STALLKAMP: KEEP IT FUN 12/15/97
 COURT: GM NOT LIABLE IN SEX HARASSMENT SUIT 12/15/97
 A TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW 12/15/97
 HONDA BUCKS JAPAN'S NOV. SALES DIVE 12/15/97
 NISSAN MEXICANA MILESTONES 12/08/97
 EUROPE SALES UP 12.6% 12/08/97
 TOYOTA NEAR DECISION TO BUILD HIACE VEHICLE IN RUSSIA 12/08/97
 3 CARROZZIERI SHARE AT DETROIT 12/08/97
 BAD TIMES IN BRAZIL ENDANGER GLOBAL PLANS 12/08/97
 NEW TOYOTA MINI WILL BE A WORLD CAR 12/08/97
 RENAULT'S ANNE ASENSIO DESIGNS WINNERS 12/08/97
 ROVER BIG CAR SUCCESSOR IS DUE IN 2000 12/08/97
 NEDCAR EXPANSION: $515 MILLION 12/08/97
 MEXICO DIGEST 12/08/97
 ENGINEERS X-RAY CRASH DUMMIES 12/08/97
 NISSAN MAY LOSE SALES LEAD TO TOYOTA 12/08/97
 FIRMS COMBINE ON EMISSIONS 12/08/97
 STALLKAMP NAMED CHRYSLER PRESIDENT 12/08/97
 NISSAN BOOSTS OUTPUT, QUALITY IN MEXICO 12/08/97
 ANNE ASENSIO IN THE SCENIC CONCEPT, 1991 12/08/97
 BUYERS LOSE TRUST IN GERMAN QUALITY 12/08/97
 HIROSHI OKUDA'S FRENCH CRUSADE 12/08/97
 NASSER REVIVES FORD OF EUROPE 12/08/97
 OVERALL RUST-RATINGS, 1992 MODELS 12/08/97
 SUPPLIERS TO THE LAND ROVER FREELANDER 12/08/97
 NEDCAR AIMS FOR TOP THREE IN QUALITY, EFFICIENCY 12/08/97
 AFTERMARKET SUNROOFS DO WELL 12/08/97
 PSA, RENAULT TO MAKE SPORT-UTILITIES 12/08/97
 DESIGNING UNDER THE HOOD 12/08/97
 ENGINEERING BECOMES A GLOBAL INDUSTRY 12/08/97
 MURAT GUNAK, HEAD OF DESIGN CENTER, PEUGEOT 12/08/97
 SPREAD THE RISK AROUND THE GLOBE 12/08/97
 UK OPENS LASER-WELDED TAILORED BLANKS FACILITY 12/08/97
 PRODUCTION IN EASTERN EUROPE TO DOUBLE 12/08/97
 LOOK AT AUDI FOR LANCIA'S FUTURE 12/08/97
 MITSUBISHI PLANS PICKUP PUSH 12/08/97
 NEW MITSUBISHI PRESIDENT READY TO REBUILD 12/08/97
 DIESEL CENTER OPENS IN AUSTRIA 12/08/97
 PERSONNEL 12/08/97
 AUDI CELEBRATES YEAR OF TRIUMPH 12/08/97
 FRANCE TOUGH FOR US SUPPLIERS 12/08/97
 INSIDER 12/08/97
 CALENDAR 12/08/97
 AUTOMOTIVE WOMAN OF THE YEAR 1997 12/08/97
 DEFENDER ICON IS HARD TO UPDATE 12/08/97
 HESTERBERG BRINGS HIS US ENERGY TO NISSAN SALES 12/08/97
 WHEN LEAR BUYS PARTS, IT ACTS LIKE AN AUTOMAKER 12/08/97
 FRANCE'S AUTOMAKERS 12/08/97
 FORD RAIDS VOLKSWAGEN FOR TALENT 12/08/97
 SCANDINAVIANS DEMAND 10-YEAR RUST WARRANTY 12/08/97
 BLUE IS STILL THE FAVORITE COLOR FOR GENEVA AUTO SHOW AUDIENCE 12/08/97
 GEOFF UPEX, ROVER GROUP DESIGN DIRECTOR 12/08/97
 LAND ROVER REDUCES SUPPLIERS 12/08/97
 AUDI SHOWS NEW A6 AVANT 12/08/97
 DESIGN DIGEST 12/08/97
 1996 PICKUP SALES IN SELECTED MARKETS 12/08/97
 JAPAN INTEGRATED A GLOBAL STRATEGY FROM THE FIRST 12/08/97
 JAGUAR TO DECIDE ON X400 PLANT AFTER CHRISTMAS 12/08/97
 LATE NEWS 12/08/97
 PURCHASING DIGEST 12/08/97
 SACCO RECEIVES DESIGN AWARD 12/08/97
 SUPPLY LINE 12/08/97
 A WUNDERKIND FOR PEUGEOT 12/08/97
 AIR CONDITIONING THREATENS SUNROOFS 12/08/97
 VOLUME PRODUCTION, THE NETHERLANDS 12/08/97
 PAJERO REAPPEARS AS GALLOPER 12/08/97
 RENAULT, PSA THREATENED: TOYOTA INVADES FRENCH HOMELAND 12/08/97
 RADICAL CHANGES AT RENAULT 12/08/97
 PLANNED BRAZIL PLANTS 12/08/97
 SAAB UPGRADES DESIGN CENTER 12/08/97
 WOMEN CLIMB IN MALE-DOMINATED AUTO INDUSTRY 12/08/97
 ENGINEERS GIVE UP OUTSIDE WORK 12/08/97
 VOLVO C70 PRODUCTION BEHIND PLAN 12/08/97
 VALEO SALES STRATEGY 12/08/97
 CALENDAR 12/08/97
 KEY FACTS ABOUT CONGRESS 12/08/97
 BIG SELLER HAS PLASTIC PANEL 12/08/97
 HONDA TO PUSH REMANUFACTURED PARTS IN JAPAN 12/08/97
 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 12/08/97
 COURT: FORD CREDIT NOT LIABLE FOR RENT 12/08/97
 SUPPLY LINE 12/08/97
 RENAULT DESIGNER NAMED WOMAN OF THE YEAR 12/08/97
 FORD TURNS TABLES, LURES EXECS FROM COMPETITORS 12/08/97
 FORD NEEDS A FORD OF EUROPE 12/08/97
 DEALER PREVAILS IN SUIT OVER RETURNED TRUCK 12/08/97
 SALES WINNERS AND THE LOSERS 12/08/97
 VW EXEC JOINS FORD EUROPE 12/08/97
 DIGEST 12/08/97
 LATE NEWS 12/08/97
 MERGER OF CHRYSLER STORES REACHES 59% COMPLETION 12/08/97
 TOYOTA, DEALER CLASH OVER DISTRIBUTION 12/08/97
 MCCABE QUITS MAZDA, EYES ROLE IN RETAIL 12/08/97
 LUXURY LINES STRONG AS NOV. SALES MATCH 1996 12/08/97
 AUTO AUCTIONS POOL CYBER-POWER 12/08/97
 DEALERS 12/08/97
 JAPAN OUTPUT OFF 0.6% IN OCTOBER 12/08/97
 BRIEFLY 12/08/97
 STALLKAMP: NEW-ERA LEADER: CHRYSLER PRESIDENT IS SUPPLY EXPERT 12/08/97
 POOR 3RD-QUARTER SALES DELAY CARMAX EXPANSION INTO L.A. 12/08/97
 NEW FLAGSHIP FOR VOLVO 12/08/97
 NEW RAM 12/08/97
 4 DEALER GROUPS TO TAKE REIT PUBLIC 12/08/97
 RAFTERY STICKS BY HIS NUMBERS 12/08/97
 MAKERS TOUT CHASSIS' HAULING, HANDLING: NEW FORD, CHEVY PLATFORMS DEBUT 12/08/97
 JAPAN CAR SALES SINK 23% IN NOV. 12/08/97
 RV DELIVERIES DROP 6.8% IN OCTOBER 12/08/97
 MITSUBISHI MAY MISS 5-YEAR SALES GOAL 12/08/97
 WHO'S THE BEST? 12/08/97
 2 AGENCIES TO HANDLE MITSUBISHI DEALER ADS 12/08/97
 CARMAX EXEC TO ADDRESS ANALYSTS 12/08/97
 VOLKSWAGEN HAS 5 KEY PRIORITIES FOR SUPPLIERS 12/08/97
 OPINION 12/08/97
 CHEVROLET PLANS MAJOR AD BLITZ FOR REDESIGNED, REBADGED PRIZM 12/08/97
 VALEO AIMS TO BE ONE OF SUPPLY WORLD'S GIANTS 12/08/97
 FORD CLEARED IN ECONOLINE FIRE CASE 12/08/97
 CANADIANS NAME M CLASS CAR OF YEAR 12/08/97
 NEW NADA SURVEY SEEKS DEALER INPUT ON SOFTWARE NEEDS 12/08/97
 DELPHI IN CHINA: PLUSES, MINUSES 12/08/97
 AUTO AUCTION SERVICES CORP. 12/08/97
 FORD NEARS DECISION ON JAGUAR X400 ASSEMBLY SITE 12/08/97
 U.S. BUILDS 11-MILLIONTH, 3 DAYS AHEAD OF '96 PACE 12/08/97
 DIGEST 12/08/97
 AUCTIONS 12/08/97
 EXPERT FORECASTS STRONG ECONOMY 12/08/97
 CLASS A BATTLE 12/08/97
 IDAHO WOMAN IS ELECTED TO NADA BOARD OF DIRECTORS 12/08/97
 BOOMER BUGGY 12/08/97
 DELPHI TURNS TO OUTSIDE HELP AT CHINA PLANT: HIGH-PAID FOREIGNERS FORCE WESTERN WAYS 12/08/97
 SCENIC RISING 12/08/97
 PERSONNEL 12/08/97
 'GO RVING' AD DRIVE BOOSTS INDUSTRY WITH BABY BOOMERS, ASSOCIATION SAYS 12/08/97
 SURVEY: FACTORY-DEALER TIES IMPROVE 12/08/97
 REPUBLIC USES ITS CLOUT TO STRETCH AD DOLLARS 12/08/97
 IS THERE A REASON? 12/08/97
 CHANGING TARGETS 12/08/97
 TURNING REAL ESTATE INTO CASH 12/08/97
 REILLY RETURNS TO ISUZU 12/08/97
 CORRECTIONS 12/08/97
 MAGNA FORMS UNIT, SPINS OFF ANOTHER 12/08/97
 KYOTO PACT: A PLATFORM TAKES SHAPE 12/08/97
 EXPORTS CONTINUE STRING OF DOUBLE-DIGIT GAINS 12/08/97
 THE SECRET IS OUT 12/08/97
 HONDA PANEL CAN BE RECYCLED 12/08/97
 MERGER MANIA 12/08/97
 DODGING ROADBLOCKS 12/08/97
 O'CONNOR, GREER TO TALK AT WORLD CONGRESS 12/08/97
 TENN. COURT REJECTS HONDA BELT SUIT 12/08/97
 BIG 3 GET 'SCORCHED EARTH' TITLE 12/08/97
 COMPUTER LINK SAVES MONEY, GIVES DEALER FULL SALES CONTROL 12/08/97
 AUTONATION CHANGES PAY PLAN 12/08/97
 SCENIC SURPRISES RENAULT: STRONG SALES SPUR OUTPUT EXPANSION 12/08/97
 HOW THE BUG BITES 12/08/97
 DIRTY DANCING 12/08/97
 TIME BOMB: AUTOMAKERS FIGHT TO MAKE SURE CONFUSED COMPUTERS WON'T CAUSE SHUTDOWN WHEN CALENDAR FLIPS TO 2000 12/08/97
 TRAFFIC IS HOT TOPIC FOR MAKERS 12/08/97
 AUTOLIV INC. WILL REORGANIZE 12/08/97
 JAPAN AFTERMART: HOW BIG?: MEMA BLASTS VIEWS OF ITS EX-CHIEF 12/08/97
 MAKERS OFFER REBATES ON LUXURY, NEAR-LUXURY MODELS 12/08/97
 HYUNDAI PRECISION GALLOPER 12/08/97
 MACHER TRIES TO STEER ABS OUT OF ITS SKID 12/01/97
 SUBARU WANTS TO JOIN THE POLICE FORCE 12/01/97
 DIGEST 12/01/97
 JAPANESE RISE $186; BIG 3 UP $247 IN YEAR OF PRICE MANEUVERS 12/01/97
 OEM WHEEL DEALS PUT NEW COMPANY ON A ROLL 12/01/97
 STICKING POINTS 12/01/97
 TOYOTA STARTS SCHOOL TO TRAIN BODY SHOP TECHNICIANS 12/01/97
 COBALT GROUP PURCHASES DEALERNET FROM REYNOLDS 12/01/97
 WHAT IT MEANS 12/01/97
 FORMER EXEC'S MOM TO PAY FOR STOLEN CARS 12/01/97
 GOING DOWN 12/01/97
 CONSIGNMENT SELLER IN WIS. ADMITS FRAUD 12/01/97
 NHTSA LOOKS CLOSER AT 2 POSSIBLE GM TRUCK DEFECTS 12/01/97
 DIGEST 12/01/97
 GM MOVES TO STREAMLINE GLOBAL SOFTWARE SYSTEM 12/01/97
 VARTA, JOHNSON CONTROLS EXPAND BATTERY VENTURE 12/01/97
 CHRYSLER WINS SUIT OVER SERVICE CONTRACT 12/01/97
 EXECS SAY MAJOR KYOTO TREATY UNLIKELY 12/01/97
 TOOL MAKER SNAP-ON ENTERS COLLISION REPAIR INDUSTRY 12/01/97
 PROFIT CENTER 12/01/97
 HESTERBERG: NEW JOB IS 'THE BEST THING I'VE EVER DONE' 12/01/97
 KEY FACTS ABOUT CONGRESS 12/01/97
 CALENDAR 12/01/97
 4 AUTO EXECS DIE IN FLA. BOAT CRASH 12/01/97
 '99 IS NEARLY HERE 12/01/97
 $36.9 MILLION AWARDED IN SUZUKI SAMURAI RETRIAL 12/01/97
 GM PICKUPS: SIMILAR SKIN, MORE SUBSTANCE 12/01/97
 TEXAS USED-CAR GROUP FIGHTS STATE'S BLUE LAW 12/01/97
 COURT BACKS GMAC ON LEASE DEPOSITS 12/01/97
 ACCORD COUPE IS A CROWD-PLEASER OR IS IT? 12/01/97
 MISS. COURT UPHOLDS VERDICT IN PONTIAC SUIT 12/01/97
 FINDING FAULT 12/01/97
 CHEVY, FORD SWEETEN DEALS TO SWEEP OUT '97 LEFTOVERS 12/01/97
 TOUGH COMPETITORS 12/01/97
 WHY KOREA IS IN A JAM 12/01/97
 HERE'S HOW GM CHANGED FULL-SIZED PICKUPS 12/01/97
 DEALERS 12/01/97
 MAJOR CUTBACKS DUE IN KOREA RESCUE TASK: IMF WILL DEMAND THAT EVERYONE CUT SPENDING 12/01/97
 CHRYSLER CHALLENGES FLORIDA LEMON LAW 12/01/97
 ON A MISSION 12/01/97
 ABOUT SAP AG 12/01/97
 IT GETS INTERESTING 12/01/97
 SETBACK FAILS TO DIM DANA'S VIEW OF KOREA 12/01/97
 COMING ON STRONG 12/01/97
 FORD PACT WITH 6 DEALERS ALTERS AUTO RETAIL LANDSCAPE IN TULSA 12/01/97
 CAVALIER BOWS OUT IN LANSING 12/01/97
 BITS, BYTES AND WHEELS 12/01/97
 PERSONNEL 12/01/97
 BIG BROKER FAILS, SHAKES JAPANESE 12/01/97
 NEW LOOK FROM MITSUBISHI 12/01/97
 AUTONATION USA CENTERS PUT USED-CAR SPIN ON AN OEM IDEA 12/01/97
 OPINION 12/01/97
 WALBRO TO SELL STAKE IN MOLDER AS PART OF RESTRUCTURING 12/01/97
 AMERICAN'S KNOW-HOW LIFTS NISSAN IN EUROPE 12/01/97
 WHEELS IN MOTION 12/01/97
 OBITUARIES 12/01/97
 4 L-M STORES JOIN IN SAN DIEGO 12/01/97
 THE THIRD TIME'S THE CHARM 12/01/97
 12-MONTH PRICE HIKES 12/01/97
 BUD MERWIN 12/01/97
 SOFT SALES SPUR CAMI TO CUT OUTPUT 12/01/97
 CANADA'S AUTO INDUSTRY SEEKS SEPARATE TRADE STATUS 12/01/97
 FORD'S TULSA PLAN 12/01/97
 GERMAN CAR QUALITY WORSENS, GROUPS SAY 12/01/97
 APPEALS COURT NIXES LATE SUIT AGAINST GM 12/01/97
 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 12/01/97
 LIGON, CHAO TO ADDRESS AN CONGRESS 12/01/97
 BRIEFLY 12/01/97
 PISTON VS. PISTON 12/01/97
 LATE NEWS 12/01/97
 NADA HAS NEW ROLE AT PARLEY 12/01/97
 CHIVAS' NEXT MOVES WORRY UNION LEADERS 12/01/97
 DEALERSHIPS IN FLUX 12/01/97
 TOYOTA'S NEW SIENNA MINIVAN OFF TO FAST START 12/01/97
 SUPPLY LINE 12/01/97
 ISUZU SUVS PACK MORE POWER FOR '98 12/01/97
 CORRECTIONS 12/01/97
 REPUBLIC: EFFICIENCY LED TO LAYOFFS 12/01/97
 BODY-SHOP VETERAN: CHALLENGES KEEP CHANGING: CONSOLIDATION A KEY TOPIC AT GATHERING 12/01/97
 BID TO REVISE LABELING LAW MOVES FORWARD IN CONGRESS 12/01/97
 KIA HOPES ROAD TO RECOVERY CAN BE DRIVEN BY NEW MODELS 12/01/97
 GM EYES LOS ANGELES STORES: FIVE DEALERSHIPS ON STRIP WOULD REPLACE 12 LOCATIONS 12/01/97
 AUCTIONS 12/01/97
 NEW SERVICE IN INTERNET CAR SALES 11/24/97
 NEWS DIGEST 11/24/97
 GUY POVIE, AUTOMATIC GEARBOX PROJECT MANAGER, RENAULT 11/24/97
 INSIDER 11/24/97
 FIVE DISPLAYS AT ITS BERLIN 11/24/97
 TOYOTA MAY BE DOING TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE, FOR LEXUS 11/24/97
 VALEO WANTS TO BE A GIANT 11/24/97
 RENAULT WILL GROW OUTSIDE EUROPE 11/24/97
 BMW WANTS TO GIVE GROUP FRANCHISES 11/24/97
 DID DAIMLER-BENZ TRY TO DO TOO MUCH? 11/24/97
 AUDI US: MORE SEPARATE SHOWROOMS 11/24/97
 DAIMLER SAYS MOOSE TEST IS OUT OF DATE 11/24/97
 THIRD QUARTER PROFITS RISE 11/24/97
 AUDI TO BUILD AL2-BASED CAR 11/24/97
 HOW MERCEDES MANAGED A CRISIS 11/24/97
 CHRYSLER GATHERS STEAM FOR PRODUCT PUSH 11/24/97
 DEALER DIGEST 11/24/97
 GM'S SMITH: WORLD GROWTH 11/24/97
 LAND ROVER BUILDS RAPPORT 11/24/97
 LEXUS GS300 SUPPLIERS 11/24/97
 CARMAKERS TURN ATTENTION TO TRAFFIC 11/24/97
 TESTORE PLEDGES TO SAVE DYING LANCIA 11/24/97
 PERSONNEL 11/24/97
 HONDA GETS PEUGOT'S CHINA PLANT 11/24/97
 GOLF PRODUCTION SHORT IN 1997 11/24/97
 FORD'S ASSESSMENT IS HARD ON ITSELF IN MANY AREAS 11/24/97
 NEDCAR PLANS MORE SYSTEMS AND MODULES, WILL ADD A SUPPLIER PARK 11/24/97
 NEW TAXES AND INTEREST RATES KILL BRAZIL'S AUTOMOTIVE GROWTH 11/24/97
 SUPPLY LINE 11/24/97
 CITROEN TO DOUBLE PRODUCTION IN CHINA 11/24/97
 NEW BMW 3 SERIES 11/24/97
 TOP 5 GLOBAL AD SPENDERS 11/24/97
 FIAT ON TRACK WITH GROWTH STRATEGY 11/24/97
 CAR OF THE YEAR: ANIMAL OF TH EYEAR? 11/24/97
 DIGEST 11/24/97
 A TRADITION OF BEING TROUBLED 11/24/97
 MITSUBISHI MGX NAMED SPACE STAR 11/24/97
 NEW APPOINTMENTS AT FORD OF EUROPE 11/24/97
 LATE NEWS 11/24/97
 FORD HELPED UK'S REACTION TO ROLLS HANDOVER 11/24/97
 AUTOS MUST PASS MANY MOOSE TESTS 11/24/97
 CITROEN OFFERS NETWORK FOR SHIPPING PARTS 11/24/97
 HE ROSE FROM THE RANKS 11/24/97
 FORD REVAMPS IN EUROPE 11/24/97
 LEXUS WILL USE NEW MODELS, IMAGE TO REACH 20,000 SALES 11/24/97
 FORD BATTLES FOR CAR PROFITS 11/24/97
 BMW, VOLKSWAGEN LEAD ROLLS-ROYCE RACE 11/24/97
 VOLKSWAGEN IS NOT ALWAYS A COMFORTABLE CUSTOMER 11/24/97
 KEY DECISION MAKERS GUIDE GLOBAL AD SPENDING 11/24/97
 VW, VOLVO TOP POWER CREDIT SATISFACTION SURVEY 11/24/97
 NEW NEON 11/24/97
 AUCTIONS 11/24/97
 LUTZ, PEARCE ARE WORLD CONGRESS SPEAKERS 11/24/97
 ROVER: MERCEDES 4X4 DOESN'T SCARE US 11/24/97
 GENERAL MOTORS 11/24/97
 SOME GALANTS IN EUROPE AND JAPAN RECALLED 11/24/97
 SUPPLY LINE 11/24/97
 BETTER LATE THAN NEVER: THE AIRBAG SWITCH 11/24/97
 KIA SEPHIA 11/24/97
 TOP 10 ADVERTISERS OUTSIDE U.S. 11/24/97
 TOYOTA MOTOR CORP. 11/24/97
 MITSUBISHI TO TRAIN MINORITY STUDENTS 11/24/97
 I REMEMBER JIM 11/24/97
 PSA/PEUGEOT--CITROEN SA 11/24/97
 U.S. TARGETS HONDA STAFFERS: MAKER DENIES IT TRIED TO PUNISH DEALERS 11/24/97
 HAYES BUYS STAKE OWNED BY CZECH PARTNER 11/24/97
 CARDIGES MAY BE HOME SOON 11/24/97
 14-MILLIONTH IS 9 DAYS AHEAD OF '96 11/24/97
 WHAT SHALL WE CALL THEM? READ ERS HELP 11/24/97
 DIGEST 11/24/97
 WHY SO HIGH? 11/24/97
 4 EXECS TO LEAD JCI'S AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS GROUP 11/24/97
 PERSONNEL 11/24/97
 VOLKSWAGEN AG 11/24/97
 UAG STORE APPEALING FRAUD VERDICT 11/24/97
 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 11/24/97
 NISSAN STUDIES PLAN FOR JOINT ALTIMA-MAXIMA PLATFORM 11/24/97
 WALLACE DID THE JOB 11/24/97
 A-CLASS WOES PROMPT RE-EXAM OF DEVELOPMENT STEPS 11/24/97
 UAW TO CREATE ORGANIZING POSITION IN BID FOR MEMBERS 11/24/97
 DID DAIMLER TRY TO DO TOO MUCH? 11/24/97
 IN BRIEF: MEXICO 11/24/97
 INDUSTRY: AIRBAG CUTOFF RULE OK: LIABILITY AND ENFORCEMENT ISSUES ARE POSSIBLE PITFALLS 11/24/97
 VALEO FREEZES INVESTMENTS IN FRANCE, GERMANY 11/24/97
 ROSENS' FLYWHEEL GRINDS TO A HALT: INVENTORS SAY AUTOMAKERS NOT INTERESTED IN CONCEPT 11/24/97
 MAZDA'S NEW BOSS 11/24/97
 CALENDAR 11/24/97
 CLASS 8 SALES UP SHARPLY 11/24/97
 HIGHLIGHTS 11/24/97
 NEW 3 SERIES 11/24/97
 '98 INTREPID, KIA SPORTAGE, SEPHIA PRICED 11/24/97
 6 SUPPLIERS GET NISSAN AWARDS 11/24/97
 BIG LENDERS GROW, GO NATIONWIDE 11/24/97
 SATURN WORKERS GET HELP WITH COLLEGE TUITION 11/24/97
 WHO'S THE CHICKEN? 11/24/97
 BMW, VW LEAD RACE FOR ROLLS 11/24/97
 TOP FINISHERS 11/24/97
 BOOMER BUCKS BUOY LUXURY SALES 11/24/97
 A NEW SHAPE OF LUXURY, WITH TRADITIONAL BENZ FLAVOR: MAYBACH 'HAS TO BE A MERCEDES' 11/24/97
 DIGEST 11/24/97
 SURVEY: SUPPLIERS CAN WIN 'ADULT GAME OF CHICKEN': 74% KEEP WORK AFTER REJECTING PRICE CUTS 11/24/97
 4 FEMALE-OWNED AUTO COMPANIES IN 'TOP 50' 11/24/97
 TRW BULKS UP IN NETWORK SECTOR 11/24/97
 LATE NEWS 11/24/97
 VISTEON'S ALLURE LURES VP FROM LEAR 11/24/97
 EXPERT: U.S. OVERSTATES JAPAN PARTS MARKET 11/24/97
 FORD NEARS DEAL TO CONSOLIDATE TULSA DEALERSHIPS 11/24/97
 NISSAN BOOSTS OUTPUT, QUALITY IN MEXICO 11/24/97
 FORD TRUCK PLATFORM GAINS ON GM'S C/K 11/24/97
 SIMPLE: THE CAR IS GOOD 11/24/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/24/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/24/97
 MITSUBISHI PLANS MINIVAN FOR NEDCAR PLANT 11/24/97
 STRONG SALES . . . 11/24/97
 WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT AIRBAG RULING 11/24/97
 TRUCK EXEC: SUPPLIERS HAVE DOUBLE STANDARD ON QUALITY 11/24/97
 COURT UPHOLDS NISSAN IN SENTRA BRAKE CASE 11/24/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/24/97
 BMW SPORT-UTILITY WON'T HURT SALES OF FREELANDER 11/24/97
 GERMAN MARKET RECOVERS 11/24/97
 RENAULT: MORE INTERNATIONAL FOCUS 11/24/97
 FIXED-ROOF VETTE WILL OFFER HIGHER-HP V-8 11/24/97
 GM DOES FLIP-FLOP: CADDY SUV PLANNED 11/24/97
 LAME DUCK? BRAND ICON GETS SMALLER ROLE IN NEW CATERA ADS 11/24/97
 DEALERS 11/24/97
 GM'S PREMIUM V-6 11/24/97
 TROUBLED HYUNDAI FACES DROP IN ITS CREDIT RATING 11/24/97
 TOYOTA AIRS OUT THE RAV4 11/24/97
 FANTASTIC PLASTIC: AWARD CEREMONY HONORS NEW AUTOMOTIVE USES 11/24/97
 DEJA VU FOR AMERICAN HONDA? 11/24/97
 MEXICO SALES REMAIN STRONG: UP 45% IN OCT. 11/24/97
 NISSAN MEXICANA MILESTONES 11/24/97
 FIAT GOAL: MORE SALES OUTSIDE EUROPE 11/24/97
 ITALY, GERMANY PACE EUROPE 11/24/97
 GM, CHRYSLER TOSS A LIFELINE TO CHIVAS PRODUCTS 11/24/97
 PLASTICS SUPPLIER SEES TURNAROUND 11/24/97
 ARE THEY REALLY NECESSARY? 11/24/97
 MAINE COURT PROHIBITS SALES PROMOTION 11/24/97
 DEALER, CHRYSLER SPAR OVER REOPENED POINT 11/24/97
 MERCEDES, BMW SAY IT WON'T BE EASY 11/24/97
 MEDIA VIEW: SKEPTICAL, CURIOUS 11/24/97
 BRIEFLY 11/24/97
 GM SHIFTS SOURCE OF NEW OLDS V-6 11/24/97
 DAIMLER A CLASS BLIND-SIDED BY THE DREADED MOOSE TEST 11/24/97
 U.S. SUPPLIERS FACE A TOUGH MAR KET IN FRANCE 11/24/97
 ON THE RISE 11/24/97
 KIA REDESIGNS SEPHIA, INTRODUCES NEW ENGINE 11/24/97
 BUICK CITY TO SHUT; NEW PLANT SET 11/24/97
 HEAVYWEIGHT LENDERS 11/24/97
 SALES CHIEF FILLS OUT HIS ROSTER 11/24/97
 'WE NEED TO GROW,' NEW MAZDA CHIEF SAYS 11/24/97
 NISSAN MOTOR CO. 11/24/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/24/97
 FRENCH OE PARTS MARKET 11/24/97
 NEW MODEL WILL TAKE AVENSIS UPMARKET 11/24/97
 CORRECTIONS 11/17/97
 REILLY RETIRES FROM AMERICAN ISUZU MOTORS 11/17/97
 DELIVERY SNARL STOPS DEALER DISMISSAL 11/17/97
 MAZDA FLIP-FLOPS, CUTS 626 STICKER; DODGE VAN HIKE AVERAGES $1,371 11/17/97
 LESSONS LEARNED 11/17/97
 STUDY SAYS YELLOW STILL LURES GREEN 11/17/97
 INFINITI SEEKS 'MID-NICHE' BELOW LUXURY SALES LEADERS 11/17/97
 SUPPLY LINE 11/17/97
 'LOOK MA -- NO HANDS!': NEW VISTEON SYSTEM REPLACES BUTTON-PUSHING WITH VOICE COMMANDS 11/17/97
 BRIEFLY 11/17/97
 KIA CRISIS IS HISTORY, TOP U.S. OFFICER SAYS 11/17/97
 EXPECT GM'S BRAND PLAN TO PAY OFF 11/17/97
 CLUSTER COUNT 11/17/97
 INVENTORIES RISE SLIGHTLY IN OCTOBER 11/17/97
 BONNEVILLE BRAND MANAGER NAMED VOLVO MARKETING VP 11/17/97
 VETTE SYSTEM BUILT FOR SAFETY, SPEED 11/17/97
 TEST-DRIVE ACCIDENT MUST BE ARBITRATED 11/17/97
 AUTOMAKERS CLEARED 11/17/97
 '98 MODELS ARRIVE, BUT FEDS STILL DALLY ON AIRBAGS 11/17/97
 JAPANESE TAKING WEE STEPS IN FRANCE 11/17/97
 MILLER TAKES THE REINS AT MAZDA 11/17/97
 ITT LAUNCHES DRIVE TO SELL PUBLIC ON ABS 11/17/97
 AS HOME SLUMP DRAGS ON, MAKERS SCALE BACK FORECASTS 11/17/97
 TOYOTA SEEKS MINORITY SUPPLIERS: MAKER'S GOAL IS 5% OF SPENDING BY 2002 11/17/97
 DIGEST 11/17/97
 11 SMALL CARS FAIL TO RATE 'GOOD' IN CRASH TEST 11/17/97
 REPUBLIC WANTS DEALERS TO USE COMMON COMPUTER SYSTEM 11/17/97
 RELOCATION DISPUTE TANGLED IN MASS. LAW 11/17/97
 MAZDA ZOOMING BACK INTO THE BLACK 11/17/97
 DEALER GROUP IN N.C. GOES PUBLIC 11/17/97
 TOKYO AUTO SHOW FAILS TO IGNITE SALES IN JAPAN 11/17/97
 SKY ISN'T FALLING -- BUT USED-CAR PRICES ARE SOFT 11/17/97
 COMEBACK TRAIL 11/17/97
 SO WHAT ELSE IS NEW? 11/17/97
 DIGEST 11/17/97
 CALENDAR 11/17/97
 L-M DEALERSHIP CLEARED OF FORGERY CHARGE 11/17/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/17/97
 BUILD STAYS ON A HIGH PLANE 11/17/97
 SPORTY AND SPACIOUS 11/17/97
 KEY CLUSTER JOBS 11/17/97
 PERSONNEL 11/17/97
 SOURCES: AIRBAG CUTOFFS OK'D FOR SOME 11/17/97
 CAT OUT OF THE BAG 11/17/97
 MERCEDES TO MODIFY SUSPENSION ON A CLASS: 2,000 CANCEL ORDERS AFTER MISHAP IN TEST 11/17/97
 VISTEON VOICE COMMANDS 11/17/97
 HONDA TRIUMPHS OVER OPEL, GETS CAR PLANT IN CHINA 11/17/97
 EX.-TENN. MANAGER'S CONVICTION UPHELD 11/17/97
 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 11/17/97
 PURCHASING PLANS 11/17/97
 DEALERS 11/17/97
 DEALERS GO CORPORATE: REPUBLIC AIMS TO SLASH PRICES, GRAB SHARE 11/17/97
 HUIZENGA, SCHREMPP JOIN WORLD CONGRESS 11/17/97
 TAKING ROOT IN FRANCE 11/17/97
 FORD'S NEW EXPRESSIVE CAR DESIGN CREATED BY STYLISTS, BRAND MANGERS 11/17/97
 NEW LEADERS 11/17/97
 HONDA: SMALL IS SMART -- IN MOST CASES 11/17/97
 JAPAN'S TOP 10 IN OCTOBER 11/17/97
 IF YOU CAN'T BEAT 'EM 11/17/97
 INTERNET MOVES ONTO THE INTERSTATE 11/17/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/17/97
 INDUSTRY EXPECTS CLINTON TO GET FAST-TRACK POWER 11/17/97
 KEY FACTS ABOUT CONGRESS 11/17/97
 FIXED-ROOF COUPE TO DEBUT NEXT MAY AS ENTRY-LEVEL VETTE 11/17/97
 NEW PARENT WILL SUPPORT ADT GROWTH 11/17/97
 LATE NEWS 11/17/97
 SURGE IN EXPORTS BOOSTS EARNINGS FOR JAPANESE 11/17/97
 AUDI COUNTS ON QUATTRO TO FIGHT OFF UTES 11/17/97
 DIGEST 11/17/97
 REPUBLIC ADDS 3 FLA. STORES 11/17/97
 KAWASOE'S TASK: POLISH MITSUBISHI'S IMAGE 11/17/97
 LINCOLN FINALLY GOT IT RIGHT 11/17/97
 NEW LOOK FOR BUICK FEATURES LOW-KEY LUXURY 11/17/97
 JIN'S GOAL: BRING KIA BACK FROM BRINK 11/17/97
 DEALER GROUP PULLS AWAY FROM SUPERSTORES 11/17/97
 AUDI TESTS NEW DESIGN AT 4 STORES 11/17/97
 MAGNESIUM WHEELS PULLED AS '98 OPTION 11/17/97
 MANBY EXPECTS NEW SAAB CARS, BETTER QUALITY TO BOOST SALES 11/17/97
 FORD REVAMPS EUROPE, MAZDA: TRUCK CHIEF DONALDSON TAKES OVER EUROPE 11/17/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP: ASIA 11/17/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/17/97
 LIGHT ALUMINUM SLOWLY GAINS BUSINESS 11/10/97
 GERMANS IN THE SPOTLIGHT 11/10/97
 MISLEADING PHOTOGRAPH 11/10/97
 SUPPLY LINE 11/10/97
 SEGMENT PERFORMANCE JAN.-SEPT. 1997 11/10/97
 ROLLS-ROYCE 11/10/97
 NEWS DIGEST 11/10/97
 VALEO STRENGTHENS MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE 11/10/97
 WHAT'S THE RIGHT PR FOR GHOST PROBLEMS? 11/10/97
 TOKYO SHOW DIGEST 11/10/97
 TOYOTA WILL BUILD NEW PLANT IN ONE OF FIVE FINALIST LOCATIONS 11/10/97
 PEUGEOT WILL ADD T1 TO RYTON 11/10/97
 POLICE VEHICLE FLEETS AND ANNUAL CAR SALES 11/10/97
 SPAIN: 10.3% RISE 11/10/97
 POLICE EQUIPMENT MARKET IS DIVERSE 11/10/97
 'Can you still trust Mercedes-Benz?' Mercedes wanted to admit to the problem and show humility, said Marketing Director Troels Bjerg. 'We also wanted to show it with a glint in the eye, even if it is a serious problem,' he said. 'Mercedes-Benz will solv 11/10/97
 NEWS DIGEST 11/10/97
 PEOPLE 11/10/97
 TRUCKER STRIKE HALTS PLANTS 11/10/97
 UK: ON COURSE FOR 2.1 MILLION YEAR 11/10/97
 PORSCHE TAKES OVER JAPANESE DISTRIBUTION 11/10/97
 ITALIANS WILL SUPPLY ASSEMBLY LINES TO CHINA 11/10/97
 ALAN JONES, DEPUTY MANAGING DI RECTOR, TOYOTA MOTOR MANUFACTURING UK LTD. 11/10/97
 AUTOMAKERS WANT EU TO PAY FOR RESEARCH 11/10/97
 OCTOBER CAR SALES BETTER THAN EXPECTED 11/10/97
 FRANCE: MARKET CONTINUES TO TUMBLE 11/10/97
 INSIDER 11/10/97
 NEW MODELS AND INCENTIVES CHANGE MARKET 11/10/97
 VW DEALERS WILL BE PAID IF GOLF SHORTAGE RUINED THEIR PARTIES 11/10/97
 GM TAKES ITS TIME IN RUSSIA AS POLICE BRING ORDER TO AUTOVAZ 11/10/97
 HONDA UNDECIDED ON 2ND PLAN 11/10/97
 1998 FORD ESCORT 11/10/97
 'NEW JOB MAKES YOU STOP AND THINK' 11/10/97
 GERMANY: CONSUMER CONFIDENCE RISES 11/10/97
 HIGH CENTER OF GRAVITY WAS A CHALLENGE FOR ENGINEERS 11/10/97
 ROLLS-ROYCE NEEDS A CAR OWNER 11/10/97
 MAYBACH HINTS AT NEW MERCEDES 11/10/97
 ROLLS-ROYCE IS STILL A BRAND POWERHOUSE 11/10/97
 RENAULT JOINS WITH CITY OF MOSCOW TO BUILD MEGANE SEDANS IN 1998 11/10/97
 GOODYEAR, MERCEDES FIX A-CLASS TIRE PROBLEM 11/10/97
 JAGUAR DIVES INTO MARKET RESEARCH WITH $1.6 MILLION 11/10/97
 PERSONNEL 11/10/97
 CALENDAR 11/10/97
 IMPORTED CAR SALES IN JAPAN 11/10/97
 NEW MX-5 OFFERS BITS OF PAST, FUTURE 11/10/97
 MEET THE BEETLE 11/10/97
 ALLIEDSIGNAL TO STRENGTHEN TURBOCHARGER DIVISION 11/10/97
 COST CUTTING WILL END LOSSES IN EUROPE 11/10/97
 BUYERS LINE UP FOR ROLLS-ROYCE 11/10/97
 NINE MONTH SALES, BY SEGMENT 11/10/97
 TEST COSTS COROLLA 500 SALES IN DENMARK 11/10/97
 VOLVO TRUCK PLANS TO SELL MITSUBISHIS 11/10/97
 GM UNIFIES POWERTRAIN OPERATIONS 11/10/97
 VALEO FREEZES INVESTMENTS IN FRANCE AND GERMANY 11/10/97
 HONDA SMALL CAR BOUND FOR GENEVA 11/10/97
 AUTO HISTORY WILL REWARD GLOBAL LEADERS 11/10/97
 EU LAWMAKER: INDUSTRY NEEDS GLOBAL STANDARDS 11/10/97
 MAKERS SEEK PRESTIGE OF POLIC FLEETS 11/10/97
 JUSTICE? HENDRICK IS FREE BUT FRINK ISN'T 11/10/97
 FORD'S ASSESSMENT IS HARD ON ITSELF IN MANY KEY AREAS 11/10/97
 NEW B SERIES MOVES AWAY FROM RANGER 11/10/97
 PORSCHE TO MOVE AMERICAN BASE TO ATLANTA 11/10/97
 MUSTANG MUSEUM CITIES PARED TO THE FINAL 4 11/10/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/10/97
 OCTOBER'S WINNERS, LOSERS 11/10/97
 FUJI HEAVY CRITICIZED FOR SECRET RECALLS IN JAPAN 11/10/97
 MITSUBISHI FORECASTS BIG LOSS IN THAILAND 11/10/97
 FIRST-HALF RESULTS 11/10/97
 GM'S ECONOMIST: RUSSIA TO TURN INTO GOLD MINE 11/10/97
 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 11/10/97
 BREED WILL CLOSE PLANTS, ABSORB HIT ON EARNINGS 11/10/97
 YOU HAD TO BE THERE 11/10/97
 GM MALL OPENS TUESDAY NEAR DENVER 11/10/97
 TOYOTA IDLES THAI PLANTS 11/10/97
 SIEMENS AIMS ITS GDI TECHNOLOGY AT 2000 11/10/97
 AUCTIONS 11/10/97
 REAL ESTATE TRUSTS GIVE DEALERS A NEW PATH; POTAMKIN JOINS 11/10/97
 NO LETUP YET IN SUPPLIERS' BUYING BINGE 11/10/97
 FORD UNVEILS CROWN VICTORIA 11/10/97
 AUDI DEALERS VOTE FOR AUDI AURA 11/10/97
 ACCORD, CIVIC AND PASSPORT HEADLINE HONDA'S '98 LINEUP 11/10/97
 FORD STUDIES CONSOLIDATION IN CALIFORNIA 11/10/97
 CHARLIE MORSE 11/10/97
 DANA CHIEF: WE WANT TO BUILD ALL THAT'S OUT OF SIGHT 11/10/97
 LEMON CASE HAS SWEET ENDING FOR FORD 11/10/97
 DEALERS 11/10/97
 MOUNTING PRESSURE 11/10/97
 MAZDA RELIES ON NEW 626 TO REVERSE SLUMPING SALES 11/10/97
 GM PLANS SUPPLIER PARK NEXT TO BRITISH PLANT 11/10/97
 BERTRAND FAURE EYES DELPHI'S SEAT BUSINESS 11/10/97
 INNOVATION ELEVATES 15 SUPPLIERS: '98 PACE AWARDS FINALISTS CHOSEN 11/10/97
 OHIO LAW SUPERSEDES FEDERAL LAW IN AIRBAG CASE, SAYS COURT 11/10/97
 DEALERSHIPS ARE PIECES OF PAPER IN BIG-BUCKS ERA 11/10/97
 MASERATI -- NOT FERRARI -- IS GEARED FOR GROWTH 11/10/97
 VITEC TRIO 11/10/97
 EX-NISSAN CEO JOINS REPUBLIC 11/10/97
 MORE POWER 11/10/97
 ALLIEDSIGNAL AUTO UNIT TO ELIMINATE LEGAL STAFF 11/10/97
 WINTER WILL BRING REBATE REALITY CHECK 11/10/97
 MAKERS NEED LOBBYING PRESENCE IN BRUSSELS 11/10/97
 CHRYSLER GATHERS STEAM FOR PRODUCT PUSH 11/10/97
 GM, FORD PARTS-MAKING GROWS IN CHINA 11/10/97
 DEVICE PUTS ADS ON THE AIRWAVES 11/10/97
 CORRECTION 11/10/97
 CANADA SALES ON A ROLL, RISE 8.6% IN OCTOBER 11/10/97
 LATE NEWS 11/10/97
 KEY FACTS ABOUT CONGRESS 11/10/97
 VW OFFERS NAVIGATION SERVICE 11/10/97
 JOINING STRENGTHS 11/10/97
 WALBRO, MINORITY PARTNERS FORM FUEL TANK VENTURE 11/10/97
 VALEO, PLASTIC OMNIUM FORM FRENCH JOINT VENTURE 11/10/97
 BEYOND DUTY 11/10/97
 EXPECTATIONS 11/10/97
 ABOUT THE AUTHOR 11/10/97
 RACING COLORS 11/10/97
 AUTO-BY-TEL BACKERS 11/10/97
 DIGEST 11/10/97
 MOTOR HOMES ARE BRIGHT SPOT IN SEPT. 11/10/97
 FORD TO OPEN SUPPLIER PARK IN GERMANY IN JULY 1998 11/10/97
 SUPREME COURT RULING ALLOWS MAKERS TO SET MAXIMUM PRICE 11/10/97
 ATTITUDE CHECK 11/10/97
 EDITOR'S NOTE 11/10/97
 F-250 TWEAKS 11/10/97
 TAURUS, ACCORD HAVE THEIR BEST OCTOBER 11/10/97
 VACUUM HOSE PROBLEMS PROMPT RECALL OF 19,000 TOYOTA, LEXUS CARS 11/10/97
 SUPPLY LINE 11/10/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/10/97
 NO GAIN 11/10/97
 SEMA IS CONCEPT-CAR HEAVEN THAT MAY HIT EARTHLY STREETS 11/10/97
 NEW J.D. POWER POLL ASKS SERVICE MANAGERS TO RATE AUTOMAKERS 11/10/97
 HIGH-TECH NOISE DAMPERS AID QUEST FOR COMFORT 11/10/97
 REPUBLIC BUYS DENVER, HOUSTON GROUPS: ACQUISITIONS FOSTER CLUSTER STRATEGY 11/10/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/10/97
 IN BRIEF MEXICO 11/10/97
 EUROPEANS MAKE SMALL GAIN IN JAPAN 11/10/97
 CALENDAR 11/10/97
 WORLD CONGRESS PANEL LOOKS AT GLOBAL SOURCING 11/10/97
 USED-CAR SUPERSTORES: THE SHOCKING TRUTH 11/10/97
 TROTMAN: LET'S JOIN TO FIGHT GLOBAL WARMING 11/10/97
 SAATCHI: THE CAR IS GOOD; TELL THE WORLD 11/10/97
 SUPERFUND REFORM BILL WOULD BENEFIT DEALERS 11/10/97
 SUSPENSION LINKAGE IMPROVES HANDLING, SAVES SPACE 11/10/97
 DIGEST 11/10/97
 FORD BATTLES FOR CAR PROFITS: TRUCKS, SUVS DRIVE EARNINGS 11/10/97
 CONNOLLY LEATHER, MINORITY FIRM FORM JOINT VENTURE 11/10/97
 BRIEFLY 11/10/97
 GM WATCHWORDS: COMMON, LEAN, FAST 11/10/97
 SUZUKI AWAITS NEW SIDEKICK 11/10/97
 HALL OF FAME HONORS TROTMAN 11/10/97
 FORD UNVEILS REVAMPED COMMERCIAL PICKUP LINE 11/10/97
 WOMAN NAMED TO GM BOARD 11/10/97
 TOYOTA REPORTS STRONG PROFITS 11/10/97
 SUPPLIER UPGRADES MINIVAN SEATING 11/10/97
 TRUCK BUILD TOPS CARS IN OCTOBER 11/10/97
 BENZ BLAMES TIRES FOR ROLLOVERS 11/10/97
 GM PLANS AWARDS FOR ADS 11/10/97
 'LUXURY' DEFINITION IS CHANGING 11/10/97
 PERSONNEL 11/10/97
 HYUNDAI PLANS TO CUT 5,000 JOBS IN TWO YEARS 11/10/97
 PROMOTING THE 'IDEA' OF THE CAR, AND OTHER VIEWS 11/10/97
 KIA IS A WARNING 11/10/97
 IN WARREN, CHRYSLER TRIES TOYOTA'S TECHNIQUES 11/10/97
 SUPPLIERS FINED $1.5 MILLION FOR TRADE-SECRETS THEFT 11/10/97
 FORD HOPES 4 DOORS BRING BUYERS 11/10/97
 AUTO-BY-TEL SELLS PREFERRED STOCK FOR OVERSEAS INITIATIVE 11/10/97
 DIVERSE DUO 11/10/97
 OBITUARY 11/10/97
 CHINA SALES 11/10/97
 CITROEN OFFERS COMPETITORS NETWORK TO SHIP PARTS 11/10/97
 SALESMAN: 'I MAY BE A CROOK, BUT I'M A CLASSY CROOK' 11/10/97
 MICH. COURT LIFTS RESTRICTION ON PROTEST 11/10/97
 NEW BUYING SERVICE AIMED AT BLACKS 11/10/97
 5 BIG ONES 11/10/97
 TEXTRON CREATES FIRST SHROUD, RESERVOIR ASSEMBLY 11/10/97
 TALK FROM THE TOP 11/10/97
 CONVERTER'S RETAIL APPROACH WINS OVER FORD DEALERS 11/10/97
 NO PANIC IN AUTO WORLD AS STOCK MARKET SHUDDERS 11/03/97
 NHTSA TO STUDY WHEEL LOCKUPS OF MITSUBISHI, CHRYSLER VEHICLES 11/03/97
 MITSUBISHI, JAMA DIFFER ON FUEL EFFICIENCY 11/03/97
 MAZDA WILL CLOSE 5 PART CENTERS 11/03/97
 VOLKSWAGEN POSTPONES OFFERING OF 6 MILLION SHARES 11/03/97
 EU OFFICIAL: MAKERS NEED GLOBAL RULES 11/03/97
 KEY CONGRESS FACTS 11/03/97
 STILL RISING 11/03/97
 JUDGE DISMISSES BIAS SUIT AGAINST FORD 11/03/97
 NEW MIATA OFFERS BIT OF THE PAST, FUTURE 11/03/97
 DAIMLER DEDICATES BOLD, NEW SMART PLANT IN FRANCE 11/03/97
 L-M UNVEILS NEW STANDARDS FOR DEALERSHIPS: ALL GET THE NAVIGATOR AND A NEW BATCH OF RULES 11/03/97
 CORRECTIONS 11/03/97
 HIGHER AND HIGHER 11/03/97
 NEW ACURA ADS AIM FOR BEST OF BRAND, PRODUCT PITCHES 11/03/97
 FEW MAKERS CHANGE WARRANTIES FOR '98 11/03/97
 OPINION 11/03/97
 EARNINGS FOR SELECTED SUPPLIERS 11/03/97
 BLUE SKY'S THE LIMIT!: DEALERSHIP VALUE GROWS WITH ACQUISITION FRENZY 11/03/97
 PERSONNEL 11/03/97
 CHINESE LEADER'S U.S. VISIT KINDLES HOPES OF AUTO EXECS 11/03/97
 RECALLS 11/03/97
 CALENDAR 11/03/97
 MITSUBISHI EXECS TO RESIGN OVER BRIBERY SCANDAL 11/03/97
 GM RESTRUCTURING POWERTRAIN UNITS 11/03/97
 CONFERENCE LOOKS AT SOUTH'S KEY ROLE 11/03/97
 NEON SALES 11/03/97
 SUPPLY LINE 11/03/97
 CREDITORS WIN: KIM OUT AT KIA 11/03/97
 JOHN COLETTI 11/03/97
 KY. DEALER GUILTY OF AGE DISCRIMINATION 11/03/97
 OHIO DEALER NOT REQUIRED TO SELL ACURA FOR COUPONS 11/03/97
 LATE NEWS 11/03/97
 POISON ARROWS 11/03/97
 JAPAN'S SEPT. EXPORTS RISE 12% TO U.S., 25% OVERALL 11/03/97
 SHOPPING LIST 11/03/97
 CHRYSLER, CHINESE DISCUSS 20-YEAR BEIJING JEEP DEAL 11/03/97
 SUPPLIERS REPORT HEALTHY EARNINGS: COST CUTS, GROWTH FUEL STRONG QUARTER 11/03/97
 DEALERS 11/03/97
 SPECIALIZATION 11/03/97
 TRUCK OUTPUT TOPS 5 MILLION 11/03/97
 GMAC: SERVICE CONTRACT REVISION WILL AID DEALERS 11/03/97
 MORE FIRES STRIKE TRW AIRBAG PLANTS 11/03/97
 DEALER GROUP GOES AHEAD WITH IPO 11/03/97
 MORE THAN A MALIBU 11/03/97
 AUTOVAZ APPEALS TO YELTSIN TO HELP RID PLANT OF GANGS 11/03/97
 SUPPLIER DELAY CUTS CHRYSLER OUTPUT: TEKSID PLANT SOLVING PROBLEM 11/03/97
 DRIVER'S MART SIGNS PENSKE SERVICE DEAL, SEEKS MORE RETAILERS 11/03/97
 BIGGER SIDEKICK SCHEDULED FOR 1999 11/03/97
 POWER STUDY: PARTS ARE PARTS 11/03/97
 A CLASS GETS TRACTION SYSTEM 11/03/97
 DONER WINS MAZDA NATIONAL AD ACCOUNT 11/03/97
 GM RE-EVALUATES THAI PRODUCTION 11/03/97
 '99 MAZDA MIATA 11/03/97
 IN BRIEF SERVICE 11/03/97
 DIGEST 11/03/97
 BURNING RUBBER, CAR EXHAUST -- FORD'S COLETTI LOVES THOSE ODORS 11/03/97
 SMART FACTORY 11/03/97
 AMEMIYA: I'M NOT IN RUNNING TO BE HONDA'S NEXT CHIEF 11/03/97
 FEMALE DEALER SLAPS NADA ELECTION PROCESS 11/03/97
 MOSS OVERSEES CHEVROLET'S DREAM FACTORY 11/03/97
 JON MOSS 11/03/97
 U.S. BAG RULE: DEAD END FOR DEFENDER 90 11/03/97
 BRIEFLY 11/03/97
 MAZZORIN, STALLKAMP JOIN WORLD CONGRESS PANEL 11/03/97
 DIGEST 11/03/97
 BELOW-MARKET-VALUE SALE OF REPO UPHELD 11/03/97
 RULING WIDENS RIGHTS OF CALIF. DEALERS 11/03/97
 TALE OF THE TAPE 11/03/97
 FORD UNVEILS LIGHTWEIGHT CAR OF THE FUTURE: DRIVEABLE PROTOTYPE CUTS WEIGHT BY 40% 11/03/97
 SLIMMING DOWN 11/03/97
 SEMA, MEMA AND MORE 11/03/97
 FALL IN TOKYO'S STOCKS LIKELY TO HURT TRUCK SALES 11/03/97
 CHINA PROJECTS GM 11/03/97
 OFFSETTING FACTORS 11/03/97
 REPUBLIC POSTS STRONG 3RD QUARTER 11/03/97
 BMW SEES BOOM IN 'M' MODELS: U.S. PLANT IS KEY SOURCE OF THE HIGH-PERFORMANCE CARS 11/03/97
 1999 SUZUKI SIDEKICK 11/03/97
 MEXICO SALES UP 59% IN SEPT. 11/03/97
 THE CAR IS GOOD 11/03/97
 FORD, CHEVY, JEEP PREPARE FOR SEMA SHOW UNVEILINGS 11/03/97
 REPUBLIC'S 3RD QUARTER 11/03/97
 REPUBLIC CLUSTER STRATEGY 11/03/97
 REPUBLIC RESUMES FAST PACE FOR DEALERSHIP ACQUISITIONS 11/03/97
 SHOWING COMMITMENT 11/03/97
 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 11/03/97
 WILL HORSES AND STRIPES BOOST NEON'S WATTAGE? 11/03/97
 DESPITE EXPORTS, JAPAN'S OUTPUT SLOWING 11/03/97
 OHIO DEALER LOSES NISSAN DUALING SUIT 11/03/97
 AMEMIYA: HONDA CAN GO HIGHER 11/03/97
 FORD SLICES PRICES OF 1998 BIG CARS AND ESCORT ZX2 11/03/97
 TOP SCORERS 11/03/97
 ISO DELTA WILL OPEN NEW PLANTS 10/27/97
 SMALL TOYOTA FUNTIME IS BASIS OF EUROPEAN CAR 10/27/97
 ALFA 156 LAUNCH 10/27/97
 DEALER OVERHAUL IS INEVITABLE 10/27/97
 FRENCH SUPPLIERS' SALES GROWTH 10/27/97
 ATTACKS ON CARS GROW 10/27/97
 ITALY PULLS EUROPEAN SALES UP 10/27/97
 VW TRAFFIC NAVIGATION SERVICE WILL START IN JANUARY 10/27/97
 HONDA USES ULTRACAPACITOR 10/27/97
 GLOBAL MOTOR INDUSTRY CONFERENCE 10/27/97
 AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE CONGRESS GROWS 10/27/97
 SKODA PLANS EXPANSION TO INDIA, RUSSIA 10/27/97
 SCHEELE: PREMIUM BRANDS WILL TAKE A GROWING SHARE OF THE LUXURY MARKET 10/27/97
 FRENCH SUPPLIERS LOOK BEYOND THEIR BORDERS FOR BUSINESS GROWTH 10/27/97
 SUPPLIERS IN THE SAARLOUIS PARK 10/27/97
 DAIMLER AND FIAT LEAD THE EURO WAY 10/27/97
 AC GIVES UP COBRA NAME 10/27/97
 AUDI RECALLS 900,000 CARS TO FIX AIRBAGS 10/27/97
 GM PUSHES PICKUPS IN EUROPE 10/27/97
 MAIN OCTAVIA IN-PLANT SUPPLIERS: 10/27/97
 DI MONTEZEMOLO: FERRARI BORN TO RACE 10/27/97
 RECYCLING PROGRAMS COULD BE UNDERMINED BY EU LAW 10/27/97
 JAPANESE COMPANIES PREPARE CITY CAR OFFENSIVE 10/27/97
 FAURE SELLS LIGHT STEEL SEAT FRAMES 10/27/97
 TOKYO BRIEFS 10/27/97
 MERITOR PLANS TO GROW 8% ON ITS OWN 10/27/97
 FRACTAL SKODA FACTORY SCORES ON QUALITY 10/27/97
 1996 PICKUP SALES 10/27/97
 BRIEFS 10/27/97
 PEOPLE 10/27/97
 SIEMENS AIMS ITS GDI TECHNOLOGY AT 2000 10/27/97
 VW REWARDS SUPPLIERS 10/27/97
 MERITOR LIGHT VEHICLE SYSTEMS 10/27/97
 GERMANS SHINE AT TOKYO SHOW 10/27/97
 TOYOTA PRIUS ELECTRIC-GASOLINE HYBRID 10/27/97
 GOLF SUPPLIERS BROUGHT INNOVATIONS 10/27/97
 'GREEN' CITY CONSORTIUM BUYS 127 SEICENTO ELETTRAS 10/27/97
 SMALL MAKERS LIKE LONDON SHOW 10/27/97
 PERSONNEL 10/27/97
 RICHARD PARRY-JONES: WILLIAM BODDIE 10/27/97
 MINIVANS INSPIRE NEW SEAT IDEAS 10/27/97
 DESIGNS FOR MOSKVICH 10/27/97
 A-CLASS FLIPS OVER DURING TEST DRIVE 10/27/97
 1959 LONDON BLACK CAB REPLACED 10/27/97
 AUTOGAZ HIRES WESTERN ENGINEERING FIRMS 10/27/97
 4TH ITS CONGRESS 10/27/97
 FORD OPENS SUPPLIER PARK AT SAARLOUIS 10/27/97
 W-12 FACTS 10/27/97
 HE WANTS THE GOLF TO GROW 10/27/97

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